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  ohSNAPyall  |  26

Well, he was the boyfriend at the time, not an ex-boyfriend.

OP could say "then-boyfriend," but that would have spoiled the surprise of the FML.

  MetalSonicCD  |  13

Jesus Christ every fucking FML that has to do with a cheating partner has this comment.

If you're begging for thumbs up, then you have a bright future as an FML enthusiast

By  Diesel96  |  16

I'm sorry, OP! I hope you dumped his sorry ass! You don't need people like him in your life especially after all the effort you went through today. Good karma is coming your way! Stay positive!

  KinkyMissBinky  |  23

I doubt his boss would appreciate him shirking his duties and treating the person who took on those duties in that way. Wouldn't look good and hopefully he'd lose hours or even get fired.

  VeganVampyre  |  26

Actually, if the boyfriend found someone to work his shift then he's being perfectly responsible as far as his boss is concerned. If he had called in sick and left them short handed that would be a different story. But it doesn't really matter why you want a day off as long as you can get someone to cover your shift for you. He's definitely an asshole and a horrible person, but as someone else said, the boss probably won't want to get involved in personal problems.

  mightyxmidget  |  10

Unless of course, the boss is a woman. For some reason, woman find it personal to them as well if another woman is hurt, she'd probably say he's a filthy bastard, maybe even relate it to a life experience she may have had, and give him hell or fire him. That's how it works. (Don't yell at me, I'm a woman also lol. Just stating what usually happens)